Hurrah! Not that I am one for suggesting you experiment with your kids, if some adults can try this first then that would be better.
Now that it is legal to grow hemp in Colorado, it should be possible to grow enough hemp to yield a decent amount of High-CBD / Low-THC hemp oil, which may be ideal for many people with autism, but we will only know if we try. Happy experimenting! Please let us know how it’s going?
Ryan Loflin, a farmer in Colorado, has planted the first commercial hemp crop in the U.S. in 60 years.
Below is the article from the Denver Post:
First major hemp crop in 60 years is planted in southeast Colorado
UPDATED: 05/13/2013 11:48:30 AM MDT
Springfield, Colo., farmer Ryan Loflin on Monday planted the nation’s first industrial hemp crop in almost 60 years.
Loflin’s plans to grow hemp already have been chronicled, and Monday’s planting attracted the attention of more media in southeastern Colorado and a documentary film crew.
Hemp is genetically related to marijuana but contains little or no THC, the psychoactive substance in marijuana. Hemp has dozens of uses in food, cosmetics, clothing and industrial materials.
Its cultivation in small test plots became legal last year under a Colorado law…
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